Henckelia quinquevulnera (Ridl.) A.Weber, Beitr. Biol. Pflanzen 70: 353 1997-1998 publ. (1998)
Name meaning 'with five wounds', usually refering to red colorations.
Didymocarpus quinquevulnerus Ridl.
Perennial herb, forming a roset of crowded elongate hairy leaves with toothed margins. Inflorescences axillary, pedunculate, single-flowered.
Sepals 5. Corolla with long tube and five short lobes, white to blue-purplish. Stamens 2, included in the corolla. Fruit a long plagiocarpic
capsule, held horizontally and opening on the upper side. Seeds numerous, with various testa patterns.
In forest understorey, often near swamps or rivers.
Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo.